Pharmacy Technician Activities

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Well-Being and Resilience Certificate

This activity is intended for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians seeking to expand their knowledge and skills in healthcare professional well-being and resilience.
public health/wellness pharmacy technicians career/prof. development
Online Program
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Non-Member Free

Ordering and Administering COVID-19 Therapeutics: Tixagevimab and Cilgavimab

This learning activity will include a review of the clinical trial data supporting the emergency use authorization of tixagevimab/cilgavimab and also review the indications and contraindications of the monoclonal antibody combination.
COVID-19 emergency preparedness infectious diseases
Online Program
Member Free
Non-Member N/A

2022 Well-Being and Resilience Series

These continuing pharmacy education activities are designed for practitioners seeking to address resilience and burnout in their careers.
COVID-19 career/prof. development leadership/management
Online Program
Member Free
Non-Member Free

Data Science in Healthcare

This activity will focus on what data science is and how can it help your institution. A Data Scientist will explain the basics and lifecycle of data science through real-life examples. Also included is how a pharmacist can develop the knowledge and skillset to work in data science.
informatics/technology career/prof. development leadership/management
Online Program
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Non-Member Free

Incorporating Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion into Pharmacy Student, Resident, and Preceptor Training (Part II)

This activity will review strategies for incorporating diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in the recruitment, education, and training of student pharmacists.
education diversity/equality/inclusion preceptors
Online Program
Member Free
Non-Member Free

Freeing the Pharmacist from Dispensing to Expand the Patient-care Role: Is it Time to Consider Central Fill?

This activity will explain how central fill is a means of standardizing processes, reducing costs, improving efficiency, and affording pharmacy staff the opportunity to focus on non-dispensing tasks.
informatics/technology pharmacy technicians leadership/management
Online Program
Member Free
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Obligations of Pharmacy Professionals, Institutions, and Organizations to Address Social Determinants of Health Inequity

The fourth activity of a 7-part DEI series, this activity will explore social determinants of health and strategies pharmacy professionals, institutions, and organizations can use to address health inequities at the patient, practice, and community levels.
professional development diversity/equality/inclusion leadership/management
Online Program
Member Free
Non-Member Free

Surface Monitoring Recommendations for Hazardous Drugs: Does Health System Size or Location Matter?

This 1.5-hour educational activity provides a review of guidelines for monitoring hazardous drug contamination and practical approaches for monitoring surfaces for HD contamination and post-spill analysis in facilities of any size are provided, including a demonstration of surface sampling.
pharmacy technicians acpe topic 07 (compounding) leadership/management
Online Program
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Course 4: USP <800> Handling Hazardous Drugs from Receipt to Disposal to Spill Control

This continuing pharmacy education activity is designed for pharmacists and pharmacy-technicians involved in handling hazardous drugs who practice in a wide variety of settings including hospitals, health-systems, and compounding facilities.
pharmacy technicians acpe topic 07 (compounding)
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Course 3: USP <800> Personal Protective Equipment, Hazard Communication, Personnel Training, and Medical Surveillance

This continuing pharmacy education activity is designed for pharmacists and pharmacy-technicians involved in handling hazardous drugs who practice in a wide variety of settings including hospitals, health-systems, and compounding facilities.
quality assurance pharmacy technicians